Due to Covid-19, all Re:generation events have moved online.
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Re:generation is a safe environment for all who are hurting and broken to come find healing, forgiveness, recovery, peace and wholeness. Re:generation is based on a Christian 12-step program that disciples individuals within an authentic community.
Re:generation meets on Monday nights at 6:30 pm at the Frisco East campus in the main auditorium. Childcare for infants to 5th grade is provided.
Currently we are meeting online, but will resume meeting in person on September 14. Join any Monday night to begin your journey of God’s healing and restoration.
If you need help with a hard situation, we have several counselors we recommend. These licensed practitioners will give you sound advice based on Biblical principles for loving each other like Christ loves the church.
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How does it work?
Re:generation is a biblical, 12-step process structured within the context of small groups. Your first night will be spent in a newcomers group to learn the process of the program.
The next several weeks you will be placed in a groundwork group and once you have completed the groundwork curriculum you will move to a step-group to go through the 12 steps over the next 8-10 months.
How much does it cost?
There is no charge to attend re:generation. Once you decide to start the curriculum, there is a total cost of $60 for the materials over the course of the study. If cost is an issue, please speak with re:generation leadership; we don’t want money to keep you from freedom in Christ.
What happens in a meeting?
Re:generation meetings typically last about 2 hours. We begin with all leaders and participants gathered together during the first 45 minutes to worship and hear a testimony or teaching. We will then break into small groups, including newcomers, groundwork, and step-groups for the remainder of the time.